Iím calliní my shot on this place. Itís SERIOUSLY underrated, or theyíve made some changes in two years. No, the lineup is not like Hamiltonís, but nothing is! 20, or so, taps of solid, but not exceptional, beer. My buddy had Lagunitas IPA, I had Rasputin. Tremens, Sculpin, and lots of other quality brews I canít immediately recall. 100ís of whiskeys and vodkas and whatever else. Crazy amount of bottles. Fantastic amount of creatively clad women. Iím goiní back soon.
This is just a typical bar, near the airport. the selection was ok, but honestly, compared to the other beer bars like OíBriens, Hamiltons, Toronado, etc, you canít really compare.
It wasnít very busy last time I went, which is how i prefer bars like this, so that was nice. Not too crowded, easy to get a drink etc.
This is an OK joint, good if youíre just picking up a friend from the airport and itís getting late.
Beers are varied including some BMC but thereís usually something on. Full bar and lots of whiskeyís/bourbonís.
An OK place with a diverse crowd, parking is a real pain. Good stop after hitting the Starlight for dinner.
Ok, iíll be honest, you wont find the best taps in San Diego here. But, you will find a comfy, cozy place that has enough good beers to satisfy most people. I like that I donít usually feel cramped here and can jump on a pool table without too much hassle. They recently got a full liquor license which is great if, like me, you fancy a cocktail from time to time.
They donít have a full liquor license, but who cares?
Eccentric airplane-y decor, naturally. Pool tables. Racer 5 on tap amongst others. Blue collar, neighborhood, love-it-or-leave-it kind of place.
I love it. Decent beer on draught amongst more handles than you would expect at what is essentially an urban roadhouse. No food, but an excellent view of the highway which rushes past pretty much just across the street. A must stop for visitors seeking out some local San Diego vibes.
Two thumbs up on the cool factor, for what it is worth.